D’vorah R Levy is open for in person acupuncture and telemedicine visits

My office in the Eastlake neighborhood of Seattle is open for in person acupuncture  visits.  I am following protocols recommended by Acupuncture associations. Please contact me with any questions.

BEFORE COMING INTO OFFICE: 

Please let me know if you have any of the following symptoms in the past 72 hours before coming in to your appointment: 

Cough 

Shortness of breath, difficulty breathing 

Fever or chills 

Muscle pain 

Sore throat 

New loss of taste or smell 

If possible, take your temperature the morning of your appointment 

ARRIVING AT MY OFFICE: 

Please wear a mask that you can keep on during the treatment.  If you don’t have a mask, I will provide one for you. 

I will have hand cleaner to use upon entering my office. 

Please go directly to treatment room I have assigned you. #1 the coral room or #2 the green room 

After treatment I will come into the treatment room to collect payment and to make another appointment. 

All of this is to minimize possible risk for you, other patients and myself 

OTHER ACTIONS I AM TAKING TO MINIMIZE RISK: 

I am cleaning each room between appointments with 2.5ph Kangen water that sterilizes all surfaces including table, chairs and door handles.  I am also using alcohol wipes on some surfaces like head rests. 

I have an Autin Air Purifier with a comprehensive 5 stage filter running 24/7. 

The end of the day I also wipe down the walls and spray the carpet with the 2.5 Kangen water. 

I am wearing a mask and gloves during sessions.  I am also changing my clothes and shoes first thing upon entering the office. 

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